What do Trump supporters think of liberals?

Updated on : January 20, 2022 by Archie Lawrence



What do Trump supporters think of liberals?

Much the same as he thought about beloved children, commune dwellers, and career politicians like Bernie Sanders, who never grew up. Most of those who go out into the real world will and will become conservative. Some who will never make it are movie stars. They are also the Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders and Jane Fonda's of the hippie world of the 60s who have complained about everything their entire lives. They think they are being misled when they see that Swiss cheese has holes in it.

Basically, I have never taken seriously anything they do or say. God has his own ways of dealing with them. Drug overdose

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Much the same as he thought about beloved children, commune dwellers, and career politicians like Bernie Sanders, who never grew up. Most of those who go out into the real world will and will become conservative. Some who will never make it are movie stars. They are also the Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders and Jane Fonda's of the hippie world of the 60s who have complained about everything their entire lives. They think they are being misled when they see that Swiss cheese has holes in it.

Basically, I have never taken seriously anything they do or say. God has his own ways of dealing with them. Drug overdoses, social disorders, and mental disorders are high among them. Just look at many of the famous movie star children who are total failures. Their percentage rate is much higher than that of the children of working parents.

I hate stereotypes, but as an engineer, I notice the statistics. They do not lie.

I know some wonderful liberals. They just seem to want to do and say what they think the group wants or tells them to do or say. They are easily fooled by fake news. When the media publishes a "big" one, they are the first to repeat it. "Hands up, don't shoot!" ... Russia Russia Russia ... Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine ..., the media knows they are going to bite ... especially when it comes to Trump, as he consumes 90% of their coverage and is a '' 90% negative , but put them back to work.

Oh well, sometimes I feel sorry for them. I know they can't help it. A friend at work has been coming in every morning for the past two years. "Well this is it, Trump is gone this ... blah blah blah ... I keep telling him," Doug, you know smoking and watching CNN will hinder your physical and mental growth. "He is almost 70 years old and his son is a loser who reminds me of Joe Biden in many ways ... not too bright! Those thoughts, I keep to myself of course. You have to be careful what we say to liberals today. Who knows, they might burn your home or worse. with Trump-hating media instigating them on a daily basis. Wearing a MAGA cap could be dangerous to your health anywhere other than for a Trump rally. Yes,

Dr. Thomas Sowell quotes "Facts are not the strong suit of liberals"

I love everyone. As long as liberals treat me as a valid human being and interact with me in a respectful way, I have nothing against someone who has different points of view than mine. I don't feel like living in an echo chamber.

I disagree with liberals who are dismissive and disrespectful to me or any other Trump supporter to the point where they feel we are not worthy of a speech. It's this kind of liberal that has made me a Trump supporter in the first place.

I was a reluctant voter for Trump for a long time. Ultimately, it was blind hatred of Trump and refusal to accept

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I love everyone. As long as liberals treat me as a valid human being and interact with me in a respectful way, I have nothing against someone who has different points of view than mine. I don't feel like living in an echo chamber.

I disagree with liberals who are dismissive and disrespectful to me or any other Trump supporter to the point where they feel we are not worthy of a speech. It's this kind of liberal that has made me a Trump supporter in the first place.

I was a reluctant voter for Trump for a long time. Ultimately, it was the blind hatred of Trump and the refusal to accept that a Trump supporter could be a decent human being, by a wide range of liberals, that made me a Trump supporter.

There are liberals that I adore, but I find many of them closed-minded and deluded. Nor am I a blind follower of Trump. I think it has many flaws and is very difficult to defend personally. I think he has done well in terms of policy. And I believe that both the credit and the blame should go where they deserve. Trump and the Conservatives attribute many things to us that are simply grossly wrong. So many assumptions are made that they are personally hurtful and useless for dialogue.

We are just humans who see things differently than liberals see it.

I can only speak for myself, obviously.

It depends entirely on the liberal individual. If the given liberal agrees that President Trump has done both good and bad things, totally commendable as president, then I have nothing against the liberal.

If liberals believe that President Trump has performed worse than any other president, then his lack of…. The cognitive skill is very evident, which generally generates a lack of respect on the part of their own.

If the liberal believes that abortion is moral in the third trimester, then the moral principles of the liberals are questioned and alarms sound.

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I can only speak for myself, obviously.

It depends entirely on the liberal individual. If the given liberal agrees that President Trump has done both good and bad things, totally commendable as president, then I have nothing against the liberal.

If liberals believe that President Trump has performed worse than any other president, then his lack of…. The cognitive skill is very evident, which generally generates a lack of respect on the part of their own.

If the liberal believes that abortion is moral in the third trimester, then the moral principles of the liberals are questioned and the alarms sound in my head. I don't think highly of those liberals.

If the liberal believes in the wage gap ... indoctrination. And I pity the indoctrinated.

There are many liberals whom I respect. For example, there are pro-abortion liberals who do not believe that the term "anti-choice" should apply to pro-life people. Most pro-abortion people indulge in such bigotry, making those who don't even more respectable.

There has to be a distinction between classical liberals and more modern liberals.

Today's liberals have been screaming fascism for almost 5 years. They have pushed television to limits almost impossible to see with their ideology of racial inclusion, identity politics, non-binary beliefs, anti-Christian / anti-religious stance, and a purely anti-American perspective. I say anti-American because they are not only anti-gun but also against free speech when it comes to those who disagree with any of their aforementioned tenants. Now they are not particularly well thought out of Trump

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There has to be a distinction between classical liberals and more modern liberals.

Today's liberals have been screaming fascism for almost 5 years. They have pushed television to limits almost impossible to see with their ideology of racial inclusion, identity politics, non-binary beliefs, anti-Christian / anti-religious stance, and a purely anti-American perspective. I say anti-American because they are not only anti-gun but also against free speech when it comes to those who disagree with any of their aforementioned tenants. Now they are not particularly well thought out in Trump circles, I dare say generally.

The classical liberal is actually more along the lines than today's conservatives are. In fact, there has been a migration of longtime former Democrats who joined the Republican Party. However, this has more to do with the modern liberal ideology that has taken over the conversation / positions lately than anything else.

Classical liberals who believed in due process, free speech, trying a live and let live approach is common ground.

I'm anti-Trump, so I can only imagine how pro-Trump people feel towards liberals. It's probably how I feel about them ... mostly good people, mostly deluded, mostly misinformed, mostly hearing the wrong information. Those who use terms like libtards are not particularly good people. There is a marginal part that is full of hatred. They are definitely not good people.

They believe that a culture war is being waged and that their way of life is threatened by social safety nets and reasonable taxes, all because of the liberals.

Very convenient for the rich at the top of the game, who don't give a shit about liberals. They just want to be protected as they widen the wealth gap and hoard all the money for themselves, with the blessing of the poor in the Republican Party.

Liberal ideology seems to be based on "take" and "force." Anything that is proposed by liberal means must pass a law or additional taxes. Most seem to base their entire lives on emotion without logical reasoning for the outcome of emotion-based decisions. "We need to build houses for the homeless!" How would it be paid? Kept? Who pays? Which group will lose their funds to pay for it? Also, I honestly find that most of them, even my liberal friends, are obsessed with Trump to the point of letting him stress their relationships and rule their lives. When you try

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Liberal ideology seems to be based on "take" and "force." Anything that is proposed by liberal means must pass a law or additional taxes. Most seem to base their entire lives on emotion without logical reasoning for the outcome of emotion-based decisions. "We need to build houses for the homeless!" How would it be paid? Kept? Who pays? Which group will lose their funds to pay for it? Also, I honestly find that most of them, even my liberal friends, are obsessed with Trump to the point of letting him stress their relationships and rule their lives. When you try to explain what they hate about him, it comes down to his abrasive personality. It doesn't matter what it did for the economy, unemployment, etc. before WuFlu.

You mean the Democrats? I think his leadership consists of a bunch of lying, selfish, hypocritical pieces of shit who would rather watch the country catch fire than let the Republicans run things for a few years. I think your constituency is a bunch of low-information pseudo-intellectuals with a raging superiority complex who wouldn't recognize biased reporting if they were sitting on their faces. And I think the mainstream media is the propaganda wing of the Democratic Party.

Other than that, I guess they are fine.

I personally can't stand them.

Complaining and entitled. Always ready to tell me how to live, what rights I should or shouldn't have, how to run my business and more than happy to spend my money for me.

They are useless.

Well, I guess I'll offer a liberal perspective in response to responses from Trump supporters. You can clearly see the influence of the media on everyone's responses. Fox “news” presents your information in a way that creates an environment of us versus them. For example, as our society becomes more diverse and it becomes less scary to be a non-Christian religion in America, more people are inclusive in the way they discuss religious beliefs. Many people will now say "Happy Holidays" to include all the holidays that people can celebrate at the end of the year. Fox's view is that there is a

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Well, I guess I'll offer a liberal perspective in response to responses from Trump supporters. You can clearly see the influence of the media on everyone's responses. Fox “news” presents your information in a way that creates an environment of us versus them. For example, as our society becomes more diverse and it becomes less scary to be a non-Christian religion in America, more people are inclusive in the way they discuss religious beliefs. Many people will now say "Happy Holidays" to include all the holidays that people can celebrate at the end of the year. Fox's view is that there is a war on Christmas. This creates the feeling that something is being taken away from Christians, when in fact everyone is free to celebrate whatever they want.

The conservative gentleman below claims that liberals are the "enemy" of conservative principles, and that we ignore them. In fact, we know them very well, we just don't agree. Take taxes, for example. Extremely rich people have many advantages over the less rich or the poor. Let's say you have a million dollars and you invest it in the stock market. You make money from your investments, so the earnings you make are income. That investment income is taxed at a MUCH lower rate than income earned from work. I, as a liberal, do not agree with this, as I do not see why I should pay more taxes for working than someone else for investing money. What's more, wealthy people can afford accountants and lawyers who can find advantages like this in the tax code and help the wealthy pay less taxes. This is why someone like Warren Buffet may end up paying a lower tax rate than his secretary. This is why someone like Donald Trump may end up using his business as a shield to prevent him from paying taxes. I think there should be a level playing field with regard to taxes.

Now let's look at deregulation. If I own a factory, I want to make as much money as possible from that factory. As a liberal, I have no problem with that. That's called capitalism, and it's the system our country relies on, and it's generally good. Now let's say my factory generates a lot of toxic waste. The cheapest way to get rid of it is to throw it into the river that flows next to my factory. That costs me nothing and helps me keep my earnings high. As a liberal, I believe that the rights of the citizens living downstream of that river are at least as important as the rights of the factory owner to profit. I believe that instead of poisoning the river, the owner should have to dispose of the toxic material in a safe and responsible way, even if it costs some benefit to do so.

One way to describe general conservative financial principles is "trickle down" economics. This theory is that the more money the rich make, the more they spend. That spending trickles down to the middle class and the poor, making everyone richer. The quote that I love is "A high tide lifts all boats." That sounds reasonable and makes some sense on paper. If I, as a millionaire, buy a sports car, the middle-class salesman earns a commission, and the worker who built the car has job security, as is the guy who will change his oil. Here is the flaw of this theory. It assumes that the rich will spend more and that they will spend more in a way that benefits the lower classes. If I make 10% more profit as a factory owner that doesn't have to control my pollution, I don't HAVE to spend that money on goods and services that will directly benefit the lower and middle classes. I could put it in the bank. I spend it on vacation in Paris, which helps the French, but not the working class at home. And let's say I buy myself a sports car. The guy who changes my oil is only making minimum wage, and he's not really getting richer because he could have gotten a minimum wage job mowing grass instead of changing oil. Drip has been tested and proven not to work. What ends up happening is that the rich just get richer and not enough money leaks out to make a difference. If the tide is rising, a megayacht may decide to dam a private port and the other ships do not rise at all. Not all,

Most conservatives will not dispute that a large part of the poor class IS working. They paint a picture of lazy people trying to scam the system and get free stuff. Again, the us versus them mentality. As a liberal, I believe that people should receive a living wage for their work. If someone works hard, they should be able to support a family, have a place to live and food to eat. Your children should be able to finish school, not have to get jobs to help support the family. Most wellness families have working adults. The minimum wage is not enough to support a family of three or four. Many welfare recipients are working more than one job trying to make ends meet.

Regarding Trump, he has a long documented history of using his wealth to create more wealth at the expense of the poor. He frequently did not keep his word and paid contractors less than the agreed amount. Trumps' response was that they did a poor job. However, new contractors were never hired to correct the "bad work." Any contractor who was not satisfied with the deal could sue him. Of course, a poor person suing a rich person is usually not a realistic solution, as a rich person can afford to have lawyers drag the process down and make it too expensive for the contractor. My favorite example was that of a man who sold $ 100,000 worth of pianos to Trump for one of his properties. Trump stiffened him, I think he only paid him $ 70,000 or $ 80, 000. The piano salesman didn't 'make a penny of profit on the deal, and the cost of suing would be too high, so Trump got away with it. How was the "bad work" of the pianos? They were used on the property as intended. His famous Trump University is another example of how he tricked the middle class and the poor to get rich. These are documented real events, and I encourage everyone to research this information. Of course, if you watch Fox news, you will get a different story. His famous Trump University is another example of how he tricked the middle class and the poor to get rich. These are documented real events, and I encourage everyone to research this information. Of course, if you watch Fox news, you will get a different story. His famous Trump University is another example of how he tricked the middle class and the poor to get rich. These are documented real events, and I encourage everyone to research this information. Of course, if you watch Fox news, you will get a different story.

Trump has a long history of lies. I myself have seen and heard these lies, without depending on any means of communication. Go watch the presidential debates and watch the interviews with him. He says one thing and then denies saying it, or says it was a joke, or that the media is misrepresenting his words because they want to catch him. I saw him lying repeatedly. I know politicians lie. But when politicians are caught lying, they lose credibility. For whatever reason, Trump supporters are willing to accept the fact that he is lying. You get a carryover of honesty that the rest of us just don't seem to understand. People will say things like "I don't always agree with what you say, but I like your policies." This may seem quite simple, But I think if someone looks at me directly and tells a complete lie that can be easily verified, they cannot be trusted. Period. I don't care what he says his policies are, he's a liar and can't be trusted. His biggest complaint about Hillary Clinton during the campaign is that he said she was not honest. "Crooked Hillary," he called her. In fact, he has been shown to lie more than anyone in that office. If we can't believe a word that says "Crooked Hillary," we sure can't believe it. What good can come of putting such a man in power? His biggest complaint about Hillary Clinton during the campaign is that he said she was not honest. "Crooked Hillary," he called her. In fact, he has been shown to lie more than anyone in that office. If we can't believe a word that says "Crooked Hillary," we sure can't believe it. What good can come of putting such a man in power? His biggest complaint about Hillary Clinton during the campaign is that he said she was not honest. "Crooked Hillary," he called her. In fact, he has been shown to lie more than anyone in that office. If we can't believe a word that says "Crooked Hillary," we sure can't believe it. What good can come of putting such a man in power?

Conservatives are always talking about the Constitution. The Constitution is not a conservative document, it is American, and as a liberal I think it is an amazing and wonderful document. I support the Constitution. Trump does not. He says yes, but he's a liar, remember? In fact, he has repeatedly violated the constitution and has been in office for less than two months. Many conservatives who claim to love the Constitution really don't seem to understand it. The government cannot favor one religion over another. You may not like it, but it's actually in the constitution (look it up). Banning people for being Muslim is AGAINST the Constitution. Trump's travel ban was against the constitution. That is why the federal judges blocked it. They are not “activist judges”, they are judges who do their job, respecting the Constitution. Detaining undocumented people and not giving them access to lawyers is against the Constitution. Anyone in this country, not just citizens, has the right to due process. Again, you may just want to kick people out, but it's against the Constitution. Trump's businesses are also benefiting from his role as president. If you are a member of Mar a Lago, you have access to it on weekends when you are playing golf. They just doubled the cost of the club membership from $ 100,000 to $ 200,000. While this is not against the Constitution, your international holdings are creating situations where your business gets money from foreign governments and that is against the Constitution. You are also not allowed to have the lease of your hotel in Washington DC. It is illegal for elected officials to lease property, which is owned by the government. This is not against the Constitution, but it is illegal. You are now your own federal landowner. This is so ironic, as he constantly called Hillary Clinton corrupt. And transferring your business to your children doesn't solve the problem, as the profit is still clearly in your family. In addition, it does not have transparency, has the business really given them? Where is the paperwork? Lie, remember? And transferring your business to your children doesn't solve the problem, as the profit is still clearly in your family. In addition, it does not have transparency, has the business really given them? Where is the paperwork? Lie, remember? And transferring your business to your children doesn't solve the problem, as the profit is still clearly in your family. In addition, it does not have transparency, has the business really given them? Where is the paperwork? Lie, remember?

As for conservatives who prefer Christianity, that's fine. However, you cannot use our government to promote Christian causes. It is against the Constitution. Using religious beliefs to rule the country may sound great if you are a Christian and the government is promoting Christianity, but I can think of a great example of this that conservatives will not like. Sharia law. This is Islamic religious teaching, and the desire of some to use it as the law of the land is one of the great terrifying monsters that Fox and the ultra-conservatives discuss to terrorize Americans. Why is religious law bad when it is Islamic, but perfectly acceptable when it is Christian? Just a little hypocrisy here? As a liberal, I support the right of anyone to their Christian beliefs ... or Jewish or Muslim, etc. I simply do not support the use of the government to enforce them.

At the end of the day, there are opposing points of view. No one is right, neither is it wrong, they are opinions and everyone has the right to theirs. But they are not allowed to go against the Constitution to support their opinion. Trump and his supporters are doing this. And that, as a liberal, is what I am opposed to. And I find him a dishonorable liar.

Why are Trump supporters and liberals so divided? They can't seem to stand the other side. Is there any way to fix this? "

First, you need to get rid of the misunderstanding that "Trump supporter" and "liberal" are opposites. It is neither one nor the other. There are quite a few non-liberals who are not Trump supporters. The problem is, actually, that while Trump supporters tend to be conservative, not all conservatives are Trump supporters. Trump himself isn't really a conservative either, as being a conservative (or liberal, or whatever) requires knowledge of and adherence to a specialty.

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Why are Trump supporters and liberals so divided? They can't seem to stand the other side. Is there any way to fix this? "

First, you need to get rid of the misunderstanding that "Trump supporter" and "liberal" are opposites. It is neither one nor the other. There are quite a few non-liberals who are not Trump supporters. The problem is, actually, that while Trump supporters tend to be conservative, not all conservatives are Trump supporters. Trump himself is not really a conservative either, as being a conservative (or liberal, or whatever else) requires knowledge of and adherence to a specific set of core values, and he has proven countless times that his only reliable core value is that "You are with me or against me."

That said, if we rewrite this question to be about Trump supporters (TS for short) and Trump non-supporters (NTS), and note that "Trump Supporter" and "Trump Voter" are also not the same , because many of the people voted for Trump for reasons other than to support him (the most common being that they were anti-Hillary and / or anti-Democrats) - this is what I would say:

For reasons I really can't understand, TS will follow Trump no matter what he does or says, to the (possibly literal) ends of the Earth. They can lose their homes or their jobs or their health care or anything else because of your stupid political coups, and they will gladly believe you when you tell them that it is the fault of the "obstructionist democrats" or something like that horrible laws were passed in the country. . Congress controlled by the Republicans and then signed. Mueller could produce an audiotape of Trump talking to Putin in 2016 about working together to tip the election in his favor, and they will still yell "Witch Hunt!" Or, as Trump himself said during the campaign (and I agree with that),

What is NTS supposed to support in all of that? How do you find "common ground" with people who will follow an almost impossibly stupid and inexperienced man in everything he does? Trump has taken mutually incompatible positions on numerous issues and supported him in each of those positions without feeling the slightest hint of cognitive dissonance. Even when he says things that are immediately and obviously wrong, "I was joking" or "I was just trying to make a general point; it's not about the details. "

TS and NTS are never going to get together, because TS are basically a cult. Sure, maybe an occasional person can be "deprogrammed" and maybe an occasional NTS end up becoming a fan of yours, but pretty much (as with most cults) TSs are only going to listen to their leader, and I'm never going to question him about anything, no matter how obviously wrong. Likewise, once again, one of his key principles is that "you are with me or you are against me" and that many people (including some conservatives) are against him because he is incredibly stupid and dangerous for that. , TS will always see everyone else as "the enemy".

Personally, I feel deep and deep pity for Trump supporters. I must say that this is not my sentiment on conservatives, because it would be incredibly condescending and unpleasant. But Trump supporters are so, SO cut off from any kind of objective reality that I think it must be a really dangerous way of life for them. And even more so, the kind of fundamental desperation that people must feel about their personal circumstances to think that * damn Donald Trump * could be the answer, And still think like that after 15 months of his omnishamble Presidency ... well, that It really must be horrible, and I hope their lives get better.

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